If you're diagnosed with a high-risk pregnancy, you'll have a whole team of health care experts taking care of you.
MFM providers collaborate with the top experts in the field based on the health conditions of you or your baby. Your care team may include:
MFM sub-specialists are doctors who've finished a maternal fetal medicine fellowship after their ob-gyn residency.
Due to this training, MFM doctors:
The relationship between your providers and the MFM sub-specialist will depend on your condition and personal needs.
Our diverse team of genetics doctors and counselors:
Our highly trained experts in the NICU include neonatal:
For women with heart disease, the common changes you go through during pregnancy can put more strain on your heart. And heart disease can put you and your baby at risk for problems before and after giving birth.
Our MFM heart doctors are here to provide you with the extra attention you and your baby need.
A MFM patient would see our dieticians if they have type 1 or type 2 diabetes or if they develop gestational diabetes during their pregnancy. Our dieticians provide education regarding diet, teach insulin dosing and blood sugar testing training, and follow the blood sugars of our patients during their pregnancies.
To make an appointment with UPP Maternal Fetal Medicine, call 412-641-6361.